General Information

Miami’s regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown are commuter campuses offering a Bachelor of Integrative Studies, a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science in Engineering Technology, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Bachelor of Information Science in Health Information Technology, associate's degrees, certificate programs, courses to begin a bachelor's degree, selected graduate courses (for part-time master’s degree programs in business and education), and continuing education courses. Classes are offered during the day, evening, Saturday, and at off-site locations to accommodate part-time and full-time students. Off-site courses are usually offered at the Voice of America Learning Center, Butler Tech Public Safety Education Complex, Hamilton; Lakota West High School, West Chester; and the Warren County Career Center, Lebanon.

The Hamilton and Middletown campuses offer student facilities and services. Each campus enrolls approximately 3,000 students.

Miami University Hamilton occupies about 75 acres on the east bank of the Great Miami River between Neilan and University boulevards in Hamilton. Classes began in 1968.

Miami University Middletown opened in 1966 on 142 wooded acres between University and Breiel boulevards in Middletown.

Miami University’s Voice of America Learning Center is located in West Chester, Ohio, midway between Cincinnati and Dayton. Access from Interstate 75 is available from both the Liberty Way and Tylersville Road exits.

Students may take course work at Miami Hamilton, Miami Middletown, and Voice of America Learning Center to begin a bachelor's degree in most majors. Bachelor degrees can be completed in Nursing, Engineering Technology, or Integrative Studies departments on the regional campuses, in other departments at the Oxford campus, or at other four-year institutions. Students may relocate (take the majority of credit hours in Oxford) as a matriculated Miami University student with at least a 2.00 cumulative grade point average, an acceptable conduct record, and after earning at least 20 hours of Miami University college-level course work (not including developmental 00_classes, CLEP, AP and PSEOP credit). Regional campus students must complete the relocation form and contact the regional campus advising office. These requirements will be verified as of the start of the approved relocation term by the Office of the Registrar. Students wishing to relocate to Oxford with exceptions to these requirements must contact the Oxford campus divisional office in consultation with the student’s regional campus advising office.

At the graduate level, area educators have the advantage of the courses and programs offered through Miami’s School of Education, Health and Society. Miami’s nationally recognized Farmer School of Business began its Professional MBA program at the VOA Learning Center in the fall of 2009. The Learning Center is also home to Miami’s Corporate & Community Institute which provides customized training and workforce development throughout the region.

 Registration

Registration takes place on a continuous basis following admission and through the first week of classes each semester. Dates and times for new and continuing students may vary; consult the regional campus Academic Calendar and Advising & Registration Sessions schedule for specific information.

For More Information

Office of Admission and Financial Aid

Miami University Hamilton

1601 University Blvd.

Hamilton, OH 45011

Phone:

513-785-3111(Admission)

513-785-3123 (Financial Aid)

TTY accessible: 513-785-3211

www.ham.miamioh.edu

Office of Admission & Financial Aid

Miami University Middletown

4200 N. University Blvd.

Middletown, OH 45042

513-727-3216 (Admission)

513-727-3299 (Financial Aid)

866-426-4643 (toll-free)

TTY accessible: 513-727-3308

www.mid.miamioh.edu

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